Don't you just love it when archaeologists come up with some new astounding discovery and then sell their story to a journal that most people have never heard of and hardly anyone reads - and subscription price is probably ridiculous, too. Give me a frigging break.
Why do archaeologists do what they do? To make money? Hardly! So then why this publishing of potentially earth-shaking discoveries in obscure journals that 99.9% of the human population has never heard of? Do they really want to reach people -- or not? And if not - why not?
From - love the name - unreportedheritagenews.com
What’s inside? Sealed jar discovered at Qumran – site of Dead Sea Scrolls
Friday, December 10, 2010
An intact, sealed, jar has been discovered at Qumran, the site where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in nearby caves.
A multinational team of scientists have been analyzing the jar and their findings are set to be published in the journal Archaeometry. If you have a subscription (or access to a library with one) you can already see the article on the publication’s website. ...